The Isle Casino & Racing at Pompano Park

  
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(owned/managed by Isle of Capri Casinos, Inc.)
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1800 Southwest Third Street
Pompano Beach, FL 33069
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Local: (954) 972-2000

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The Isle Casino & Racing at Pompano Park is located in Pompano Beach, Florida and is a racino (combination race track and casino). With 1,500 slot machines, and featuring a live poker room, The Isle Casino & Racing at Pompano Park is also home to three restaurants.

Website:

theislepompanopark.com
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Restaurants:
Patten's Place Restaurant (Casual/Café)
Player's Lounge (Buffet)
Top of the Park Restaurant (Fine Dining)

Parimutuel/Wagering

:
Horse Racing
.

Card Room

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Slots Options

:
Slot Machines
,
Video Poker
.


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